Shaun "Talcum X" King is a Fucktard

Don't speed? And I'm gonna guess it wasn't her first time speeding if she got jail...


Oh this is why:

Messenger: St. Louis woman did 20 days in jail for speeding; now rural Missouri judge wants her for 6 more months

It was Mother’s Day weekend in 2017.

Precious "Ernhard" Jones was in a hurry to get to her sister’s house in Kansas City.

Too much of a hurry.

Jones, 34, lives in the Baden neighborhood in north St. Louis. Headed west on Interstate 70, she got pulled over by the Missouri Highway Patrol for going 120 miles per hour. She was given a ticket and sent on her way.

She missed her August court date in Lafayette County.

“It done slippified my mind,” she says.

Jones straightened it out. She turned herself in to local police, paid the bond on her outstanding warrant, and called the court to set up a new court date. She took driver education classes and did community service. She hired a local attorney. He told her that if she agreed to pay a higher fine, the points on the speeding ticket wouldn’t be assessed against her driver’s license.

In May, Jones pleaded guilty to the Class B misdemeanor of speeding at least 26 mph over the speed limit. She didn’t expect what came next.

Associate Circuit Court Judge Kelly Rose gave her a six-month jail sentence and two years probation. The jail sentence would be suspended if Jones did 20 days “shock time” in jail, on consecutive weekends.

“She just threw the book at me,” Jones says. “I could have gotten this deal myself. Why did I pay $300 for a lawyer?”

Because of the conviction, Jones’ driver’s license was suspended, and would stay that way until she paid all her court fines and did her time. She asked the judge if she could do her weekends in jail in St. Louis. The judge said no.

So, this summer, she begged for rides, and every Friday for 10 weeks was dropped off at the Lafayette County Jail. On one day in May, she was an hour late to jail. Jones had gotten a job working for the United Way in St. Louis. She works until 6 p.m. Making it to Lafayette County by 10 p.m. was no easy task.
In June, on one of the days she was supposed to be in jail, her car broke down.

Jones called the jail, which documented the call. The next day she made it to Lafayette County. The jail kept her for her full two days.

By July, Jones figured she had paid her debt. She did all of her time, and she paid all of her fines, including a bill for her jail time. In September, she got a notice from Lafayette County in the mail.

There was a warrant out for her arrest.

Because she had been late to jail, even though she stayed and did her full time, prosecutor Kristen Hilbrenner was seeking to revoke her probation.

The attorney in her case, James Worthington, of Higginsville, withdrew, saying he wasn’t retained to work on a probation violation case. So now, Jones has a warrant out for her arrest, with a $2,500 bond attached to it, and she’s facing a six-month jail sentence.

For a speeding ticket.

“I don’t know what I’m going to do,” Jones says. “They are just not going to let me go.”

Jones is an example of a widespreadproblem in Missouri’s rural courts, in which in too many situations, especially when the defendant is poor, the system seems to look for reasons to cite probation violations in misdemeanor cases, and tie people to the court system for years, in an effort to increase local revenue. If Jones ends up doing more jail time in Lafayette County, she’ll be billed for that time, and could end up owing thousands of dollars. And if she can’t afford to pay it, she’ll be summoned by the judge across the state every month to explain herself.

For Jones, that will be quite a hardship at the moment.

Despite the promise from her attorney and the court, as outlined in court records, that the speeding ticket wouldn’t carry points against her license, nobody told the Department of Revenue. So Jones’ license has been suspended.

She gets rides or takes the bus to get to work or wherever she needs to go. She’s called the NAACP and the American Civil Liberties Union, in hope that somebody will help get her out of a new jail sentence that she can’t believe is even an option.

“I’m losing everything,” Jones tells me. “They keep coming back for more. They’re trying to milk me for all I’ve got.”
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Ok the speed limits on the interstate there is 70 MPH when I think speeding I think perhaps doing 80... 85.... not a buck 20... jeebus.
 
Don't speed? And I'm gonna guess it wasn't her first time speeding if she got jail...


Oh this is why:



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Ok the speed limits on the interstate there is 70 MPH when I think speeding I think perhaps doing 80... 85.... not a buck 20... jeebus.
Gets a light sentence, fails to serve it, DA throws the book at her. What's the problem? (Yes I know)
 
Gets a light sentence, fails to serve it, DA throws the book at her. What's the problem? (Yes I know)
Well firstly the "done slipped my mind" for the first court date is not an excuse... also 50 miles over the speed limit really?

And shockingly (not really) there are 12 different driving charges with that same name... the few I checked had the same birfday... oh and she seems to plea out and pay a reduced fine... den fo'get to pays it...dones slipped my mind an sheeet
 
Well firstly the "done slipped my mind" for the first court date is not an excuse... also 50 miles over the speed limit really?

And shockingly (not really) there are 12 different driving charges with that same name... the few I checked had the same birfday... oh and she seems to plea out and pay a reduced fine... den fo'get to pays it...dones slipped my mind an sheeet
Penalties be racist yo
 
But it's true about the courts too, it's all about generating revenue,not public safety. There was a case awhile back were the cops (I believe Alamogordo NM) would set up at 2:00am, turn on the school zone blinky lights and write tickets all night for speeding in a school zone. Lots of cities have been sued over red light cameras, most of them shorten the yellow light and actually cause more accidents.
 
But it's true about the courts too, it's all about generating revenue,not public safety. There was a case awhile back were the cops (I believe Alamogordo NM) would set up at 2:00am, turn on the school zone blinky lights and write tickets all night for speeding in a school zone. Lots of cities have been sued over red light cameras, most of them shorten the yellow light and actually cause more accidents.
Well ya there is the fine, then all the fucking fees... that sometime are more then the actual ticket.
 
From the various videos I have seen on the intertoobz some people seem to be a tad more violent then others... like when they get in a fight and one person ends up on the ground it seems a head stomping is inevitable... just what I have seen I do not have data to support this.


Again how about treat I dunno homeless veterans... you know the people you sent of to fight in your various wars?

 
Ya if only a certain lad hadn't committed a strong arm robbery, realized that sidewalks weren't made out of lava and not assaulted a police officer, none of the shenanigans would have happened.

 
But when Obama did it... it was ok? How aboot all those drone strikes?


Wouldn't have to militarize it if people respected the border and entered legally...


Just like Hillary and her spending... difference being she lost... ha ha

Whoever you back will loose you fucking commie...

 

Creasy Bear

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Because she lost to a black guy.

And it's clear that the Democrats, who are on the verge of putting an 78-year-old female in the highest-ranked DNC position of Speaker of the House, are naught but a pack of ageist sexists.

I love it when they turn their grievance-mongering rhetoric on each other
 
Because she lost to a black guy.

And it's clear that the Democrats, who are on the verge of putting an 78-year-old female in the highest-ranked DNC position of Speaker of the House, are naught but a pack of ageist sexists.

I love it when they turn their grievance-mongering rhetoric on each other
And you know ole big tits in charge of de house is gonna be hillarious..
 
Oh that's terrible what is happening to them...


Oh wait:

In the early morning of Feb. 2, 2017, Correctional Emergency Response Team (CERT) officers and Delaware state troopers entered James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna, Delaware, to regain control of Building C. For the past 19 hours, prisoners had taken control of the C-19 unit at Vaughn. A few prisoners barricaded the doors with water-filled lockers and took four correction workers and several other prisoners hostage. Ultimately, one correction officer, Steven Floyd, was killed. - Fuck'em

Lets see it is a tiny private school with a dress code that said no dreads mon ting ting down by de bannana patch... and thanks to you a school (that is predominately black) is prob gonna close... good for you.


Umm well you see you are supposed to be objective and not subjective as a reporter... ya I know weird eh.

 
doG forbid hire somebody for their talent and experience etc...


Well you see when you continually shoplift the charges eventually change from a misdemeanor to a felony. And we all know how to avoid this whole arrest thing right?


Check out this pheg...

 
Again wasn't a choke hold that caused this serial sperm donor to snuff it... it was his blood that was in the form of gravy. Well and resisting arrest.


Pretty sure entering this country is illegal and can be a felony if done several times...

 
Those damn Republicans running that state and jails... oh wait...


Well cuz you guys disproportionately commit more crimes? It's like maf and stuff... and you can't claim poverty as pretty sure they don't have drive by shootings in Appalachia..


Again he resisted lawful arrest, and had gravy for blood that is what killed him...


Well isn't this convenient... just like ole Kavenaugh though I think 3 or 4 recanted their stories...


Sorry to keep trotting this out... how about STOP COMMITTING FUCKING CRIMES!

 
Anything run by this race baiting white boy who pretends to be bleck is never going to be those things...

 
... involvement with the criminal justice system - Oh you mean felons. I keep pointing this out there is away to avoid all this hullabaloo don't be a fucking criminal. I know I'm being silly.


Ick...


Again don't take the blaze orange tip off of a fake pistol and wave it around in a public park... and if was a real gun should the coops wait for him to shot first?


Umm she did murder someone you know...

 

Saikotic

Scraping a dull blade across your tender eyeball
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Don't speed? And I'm gonna guess it wasn't her first time speeding if she got jail...


Oh this is why:



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Ok the speed limits on the interstate there is 70 MPH when I think speeding I think perhaps doing 80... 85.... not a buck 20... jeebus.
20 days in jail, only on the weekends instead of 6 months? That's like almost slapping her wrist and then she complains about the bruise.
 

Saikotic

Scraping a dull blade across your tender eyeball
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doG forbid hire somebody for their talent and experience etc...


Well you see when you continually shoplift the charges eventually change from a misdemeanor to a felony. And we all know how to avoid this whole arrest thing right?


Check out this pheg...

Genuine diversity = no whites.
 
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